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Exhibition review: From impulse to action, Bundanon

Curator Sophie O’Brien captures both the genesis and future of Bundanon as an important site for cultural production and experimentation.


Significant museum acquisitions that shapeshift history

Both the National Gallery of Victoria and National Museum of Australia announced significant acquisitions. But why are they important?


Apply now to the Indigenous Arts Leadership Program

Supported by Wesfarmers Arts, this bespoke Program for First Nations arts workers is now open to applications from prospective participants…

Exterior of Rockhampton Museum of Arts, in Queensland.

Queensland's newest regional gallery also its largest

Rockhampton Regional Art Museum opens in time for reignited tourism.


A refreshed Parrtjima gets you sky gazing

Parrtjima 2022 will ground your feet in the Central Desert’s red soil while shifting your focus skywards, acting as a…

A woman sits and two men stand around a kitchen table engaged in passionate conversation.

Theatre review: At What Cost?, Belvoir

A timeless tragedy that prompts questions about land and (Indigenous) identity.


Opportunities and awards wrap

JamFactory FUSE Glass Prize entries open in January, 2022 Platform LAB participants announced alongside 2021 Telstra Emerging Chorographer recipient, 2022…

Two women stand in installation of bark painting at NGV Interntional, Melbourne

Exhibition review: Bark Ladies, NGV International

The wider perception of ‘a bark show’ has been locked in the past for too long.These paintings leap out in…


Book review: Mission, Noel Pearson

Reflections of a life-long interrogation of black and white politics.


Vale David Dalaithngu AM

We mourn the passing of the once-in-a-generation artist whose career included such landmark films as Walkabout, The Tracker and Charlie’s…

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